Stacy Gillis is lecturer in modern and contemporary literature at the University of Newcastle. She is the coeditor of Third Wave Feminismand has published widely on cybertheory, cyberpunk, and feminist theory.
STACY GILLIS is a Lecturer at the University of Newcastle, UK. She has published on third wave feminism, cybersex, cybertheory and popular modernisms. The co-editor of the "Journal of International Women's Studies" special issue on "Third Wave Feminism and Women's Studies" (April 2003), and "The Devil Himself: Villainy in Detective Fiction and Film" (2001), her forthcoming work includes the collection "The Matrix: Cyberpunk Roloaded" (2005). She is currently working on a study of detective fiction and World War One and an account of (un)popular feminisms. GILLIAN HOWIE is a Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, UK and Director of the Institute for Feminist Theory and Research. She is the author of "Deleuze and Spinoza: Aura of Expressionism" (2002), the editor of "Women: A Cultural Review"'s special issue on" Gender and Philosophy "(2003), and co-editor of "Gender, Teaching and Research in Higher Education" (2001) part of the Institute for Feminist Theory and Research conference series. REBECCA MUNFORD is a Lecturer in English Literature at Cardiff University. She has published articles on Angela Carter, the Gothic and third wave feminism, and is the co-editor of the" Journal of International Women's Studies" special issues on "Third Wave Feminism and Women's Studies" (2003). Her current research projects include a book-length study of twentieth-century women writers and the Gothic, and an exploration of (un)popular feminisms.